California: The world’s biggest search engine, Google Inc, will acquire the online messaging firm Meebo Inc, that assists online publishers connect their websites with social network sites, Meebo said on its blog.
Previous month, Google was in talks to purchase Meebo in a deal value about $100 million, the reports said.
California-based Meebo offers software that allows users share pages on social networking sites, comprising Facebook, allowing publishers and advertisers to endorse products in interactive ways.
Google representative said that “We are always looking for better ways to help users share content and connect with others across the web, just as they do in real life.”
“We look forward to closing the transaction and working with the Meebo team to create more ways for users to engage online.”